Get involved in an upcoming SBS show.
10 May 2018 - 3:23 PM  UPDATED 22 Aug 2018 - 11:45 AM

Marry Me Marry My Family

An SBS TV documentary series
SERIES 2 CASTING NOW

"This series is SBS at its absolute best, showcasing multicultural Australia in an accessible, engaging and non-judgemental way"
- The Sydney Morning Herald.

SBS is looking for couples who come from two different cultural backgrounds and are getting married in the next 6 months to take part in the second series of this heart-warming documentary series about love against the odds.

The series will be a warm and celebratory story of multicultural Australia - a snapshot of who we are today and where we’re going. For you and your family, it’s an opportunity to showcase your beliefs and rituals to the wider Australian public.

  • What happens when people from two different cultures want to exchange vows?
  • Are you or your partner trying to embrace your Australian identity, while staying true to your culture, identity and family?
  • How do you blend religions, traditions and cultures?
  • How do you bridge your parents’ expectations and your own dreams?

We want to hear your inspiring story about love conquering all.

Apply now!
https://marryme.castasugar.com

 

Untitled SBS health show

Do you have an amazing home remedy?
A DIY cure you can’t live without?
Maybe a health trick that’s been passed down through generations?

SBS and Warner Bros are making an exciting new TV series and are looking for people across Australia who use home remedies. These may tap into the knowledge & practices of different cultures and communities.

From Alopecia to Allergies, Headaches to Hair Loss, Toothache to Tinnitus, if you have a remedy for any health issue we want to hear from you!

Apply now!
https://health.castasugar.com

 

Insight

We bring together surprising and unpredictable guests: people with first-hand experience of an issue, as well as experts in the field. Join us in the studio to be part of the conversation and share your views.

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What happens when people from two different cultures want to exchange vows?